‘Fleabag’ & ‘Chernobyl’ Battle For Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

‘Fleabag’ & ‘Chernobyl’ Battle For Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

13 Feb 2020 (PT)

Fleabag and Chernobyl, two of the breakout Brit hits of 2019, will be competing for prizes at the 46th annual Broadcasting Press Guild Awards in London on March 13.

Sky and HBO’s Chernobyl scooped more nominations than any other show, and will compete in four categories including Best Drama Series at the awards, which are voted on by the UK’s best television, radio and media journalists.

Craig Mazin is up for Best Writer for his gripping retelling of the Soviet nuclear disaster, while Jared Harris and Emily Watson are competing for Best Actor and Best Actress respectively.

Mazin will go up against Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge in the writing category, while the second season of her BBC Three/Amazon series is also nominated for Best Comedy. Fleabag‘s third nomination is for ‘Hot Priest’ Andrew Scott in the Best Actor category.

Both shows have been hot tickets during awards season, scooping a total of four Golden Globes and 16 Emmys. Fleabag was made by Two Brothers Pictures, while Chernobyl was a Sister Pictures production.

Elsewhere, Channel 4’s Stephen Graham drama The Virtues has three nominations, including Best Actor, while Glenda Jackson is up for a prize for her turn in BBC One’s Elizabeth is Missing. Sex Education star Ncuti Gatwa is among the nominees for the Breakthrough award, and in non-scripted, BAFTA-winning For Sama is competing for Best Single Documentary.

Here is the full list of nominees:

Best Single Documentary/Mini-Series For Sama Channel 4 Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain Channel 4 Leaving Neverland Channel 4 + HBO The Brexit Storm: Laura Kuenssberg's Inside Story BBC Two

Best Documentary Series Damien Lewis: Spy Wars A+E Networks Seven Worlds, One Planet BBC One Spotlight on the Troubles: A Secret History BBC One Thatcher: A Very British Revolution BBC Two The Repair Shop BBC One

Best Single Drama/Mini-Series Catherine the Great Sky Atlantic Elizabeth is Missing BBC One Guilt BBC Two The Virtues Channel 4

Best Drama Series Chernobyl Sky Atlantic + HBO Giri/Haji BBC Two The Capture BBC One World on Fire BBC One Years and Years BBC One

Best Comedy Brassic Sky One Derry Girls Season 2 Channel 4 Fleabag Season 2 BBC Three Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special BBC One Mum Season 3 BBC Two

Best Entertainment The Graham Norton Show BBC One Michael McIntyre's Big Show BBC One Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing Season 2 BBC Two Ru Paul's Drag Race UK BBC Three Taskmaster Dave

Best Actress Emily Watson — Chernobyl Lesley Manville — Mum/World on Fire Glenda Jackson — Elizabeth is Missing Suranne Jones — Gentleman Jack

Best Actor Andrew Scott — Fleabag/Black Mirror Jared Harris — Chernobyl Ncuti Gatwa — Sex Education Stephen Graham — The Virtues/Line of Duty/A Christmas Carol

Best Writer Craig Mazin — Chernobyl Jack Thorne — His Dark Materials/The Virtues Joe Barton — Giri/Haji Phoebe Waller-Bridge — Fleabag Season 2 Russell T Davies — Years and Years

Breakthrough Award Erin Doherty — The Crown Season 3 Ncuti Gatwa — Sex Education Youssef Kerkour — Home/Criminal/Close/Gavin and Stacey Christmas Special

Source: deadline.com

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‘Fleabag’ & ‘Chernobyl’ Battle For Broadcasting Press Guild Awards
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